story of this small town girl going to the big city and trying to make it and finally and eventually succeeding. And what it really means to be famous and we can handle competition and love it. Q: You can relate to that? A: I love competition but I never did sport not real sport but I am a really bad loser. I love winning; I mean even if we were shooting I really wanted to beat the other typist. I want to be the best like I am sure people are going to notice if I am losing. It is really important to me. Q: Did you have sore fingers at the end of the day? A: Yes. Sometimes where we shot the championships it took a few days and was difficult particularly at the end of the first day and the beginning of the second. Q: Was there a moment when you were making the film that you thought, I know this is going to be very good? A: I can only have a sense of that in very small details. One frame of the camera and I think wow, this looks fantastic, this has to be in the movie and people are going to say that this looks fantastic! When it’s good and you see it...you know it’s good. Beautiful, you know? Sometimes when you act, when you play, sometimes you are like at the end of a scene and you are like... this particular word, this sentence I got it right! And the director says, “Yes, okay.” “No no, from this word to this word exactly, it lasted three seconds but it was amazing. Wasn’t I?” And you are really happy with yourself and maybe, you know it is really subjective in relationship to your work. Sometimes you feel it’s really bad and you go “Sorry.”
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